What Is Hypnosis Style – The Transpersonal Approach
We know you have many questions about hypnosis.
We’ve compiled extensive information in these pages in the hope that you’ll be able to find the answers you seek. Don’t forget, you can always contact us if you want to know more. What is hypnosis? Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness that allows your conscious mind to quiet itself so you can access your very powerful subconscious. While in this restful and peaceful state, you always maintain conscious control; yet your subconscious has the opportunity to incorporate powerful new thoughts and ideas that facilitate change.
Our core philosophy: We practice a form of hypnosis called “Transpersonal Hypnotherapy” which has at its core a client centered approach. It is our belief that every effect has a cause and almost every client, through the use of hypnosis, has the capacity to uncover not only the details concerning the origin of his/her problems, but the solutions as well. The hypnotist or hypnotherapist approaches a session as a facilitator with the deepest respect for the client’s inner wisdom for locating and resolving his/her issues. Each of us is following our own unique path through life and it is not for the hypnotist to judge but rather trust in the client’s ability to find his/her own way, according to his or her own individual time table.
Frequently Asked Questions: Hypnosis is often misunderstood, and we at the NYHC spend a great deal of time discussing the various myths and questions that our clients might have about hypnosis. Here we list just a few of the most common questions and misconceptions so that you understand the truth about hypnosis and the power it offers for positive change. An overview of hypnosis excerpted from an article in the National Guild of Hypnotists Newsletter, written by one of the NYHC’s own Master Hypnotists, Jeffrey H. Cohen.
Self-discovery through Transpersonal Hypnotherapy: Socrates once said: “The unexamined life is not worth living.” As you achieve your goals — be they physical, mental, emotional or spiritual — through Transpersonal Hypnosis, you will learn more about who you are, why you are here and how you can fulfill your purpose in life. The news is out! Hypnosis really works! NYHC’s transpersonal hypnotist, Jeff Cohen and Dolores McCullough, affirm it. Their clients experience it. And, even the media is beginning to get out the news that hypnosis is one of the most powerful tools for positive change!
Hypnosis is safe and confidential. Practitioners at the New York Hypnosis Center (A professional membership educational organization), are certified hypnotists and members of the International Association of Counselors and Therapists, the National Association of Transpersonal Hypnotists, and the National Guild of Hypnotists. As NGH members, we are required to adhere to its Code of Ethics. At NYHC we respect the confidential nature of our sessions and anything that is discussed between client and hypnotist is held in the strictest of confidence. Both Dr.Wayne Dyer and Dr.Bruce Lipton explain the power of the sub-conscious mind in creating our reality.What ever is going on in our outer world, it is mostly a reflection of this powerful inner world. Hypnosis provides a vehicle to reach this part of the mind that has such a profound impact on who we are and who we ever hope to become. Perhaps it’s your time, through hypnosis, to take the responsibility for your own happiness and success and become the co-creator and architect of your own life. Take a moment to watch these 2 self-empowering videos. I look forward to hearing from you when your ready for change.
New York Hypnosis – Pain Control
New York Hypnosis: Does Hypnosis Work For Pain Control?
How Does it work?
Very Few New York Hypnotists are qualified to work with pain control. In California, it’s much different. An organization called A.C.H.E. which was founded by the legendary hypnotist, Gil Boyne, had an influx of EMS and medical professionals take some of his earlier trainings, one of their major interests, was patients suffering from chronic and created pain.
A lot of pain comes from created pain. What that means is, say you were to bang your finger, and it hurt. Two days later, you find yourself additionally tensing up the entire hand. That causes a chain reaction, and you tense up your arm. Pretty soon, pain is racking throughout your entire body. Hypnotists, at least the few good New York and California based hypnotists we mentioned, especially if they are trained in pain alleviation or pain control hypnosis, will have you relax your body. Especially those parts of one’s physiology that are under constant stress and causing the pain. Once those parts are relaxed again, the pain is centered in the original location. For some, this could alleviate up to 95 percent of the created pain.